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        Antonio Maceo y Grajales

      January 22, 1880. Autograph letter signed, 7.5"x 5", 1p, January 22, 1880, n.p.. Overall toning, with minor staining and remnant rust marks from a paperclip, laminated in plastic. <br /><br />Translated, the letter reads, <I>"Mr. Izuamus, My office in Jamaica . . . of Mrs. Maria Cabrales de Maceo, who has all the powers needed in the present case, so that you may deal with her without the danger of finding fault in her assessment; therefore, she is vested with the indispensable authority to proceed with the arrangement by the powers entrusted to her by . . . Sincerely, Antonio."</I><br /><br />At the time of this writing, Maceo had been living in Haiti and then Jamacia while planning to yet again to gain Cuban independence from Spain. Maria Cabrales de Maceo was Antonio’s wife, who fought alongside of her husband.<br />

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        Fac-simile Copy and Translation of ye Magna Carta Granted by King John in ye Year 1215

      Birmingham: Printed . . . by J.L. Allday At ye "Shakspeare" Printing Works, 1880?. Later green morocco folder, gilt, marbled front pastedown, the folding facsimile and text tipped in and the stiff card cover laid in; 8 pages A seemingly unrecorded printing, the folding facsimile measuring about 16 1/2 x 20 1/2 inches, a photo-lithograph in red ink, with the bookplate of Henry Robert Charles Martin, the Richmond Herald from 1928 to 1942; no copy in COPAC or OCLC

      [Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.]
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      London: [Printed by Charles Whittingham at the Chiswick Press for] C. Kegan Paul & Co, 1880. No. 39 OF 50 LARGE PAPER COPIES, signed by the printer. This is a famous poet's most famous poem, beautifully printed and offered here in a very well-preserved, exuberantly decorated binding. First published in 1850, the present elegy is a tribute to Tennyson's college friend, Arthur Henry Hallam (1811-33), son of the famous historian Henry Hallam (1777-1859). Tennyson's first verses had been published before he was 20, but after Hallam's death, he published nothing for nine years, although all the while he was working on this poem, the product of protracted meditation. Written in rhyming quatrains, the poem moves from grief and doubt to certainty that the universe is purposeful. It was a sensational best-seller, striking a deep note of resonance with Victorian readers and the queen herself, who told the poet that "Next to the Bible, 'In Memoriam' is my comfort." Thomson says that the work "has been discussed from every point of view--proof of the profound influence it exercised over English thought for half a century." The work had major repercussions in Tennyson's professional and personal lives. It inspired Prince Albert, consort of Queen Victoria, to petition that its author be named Poet Laureate of the realm, to succeed the recently deceased Wordsworth. And it left Tennyson financially secure enough to enter the married life, a step that had been delayed for 10 years for pecuniary reasons. Our Large Paper Copy has margins occupying more than twice as much area as the text and is printed with Whittingham's usual excellence on thick, creamy paper. There is a hint of the Moorish in the intricately gilt binding, which sports the exhibition stamp that one invariably sees on especially fine work from the Zaehnsdorf workshop.. 204 x 131 mm. (8 x 5 1/4"). 1 p.l. (limitation), 281, [1] pp. No. 39 OF 50 LARGE PAPER COPIES, signed by the printer. VERY ATTRACTIVE CITRON CRUSHED MOROCCO, GILT, BY ZAEHNSDORF (stamp-signed on front doublure and with the firm's stamp on rear free endleaf), covers with mitered gilt frame enclosing large cornerpieces filled with swirling vines of azured gilt, the whole around an ovoid central panel featuring a gilt arabesque of delicate interlacing, flat spine tooled with curling azured gilt vines, gilt titling, BURGUNDY POLISHED CALF DOUBLURES tooled with a gilt strapwork design similar to the covers and framed by densely gilt turn-ins incorporating still more swirling vines, burgundy watered silk endleaves with gilt fleuron at corners, top edge gilt. With engraved frontispiece portrait. A Large Paper Copy. Spine slightly and evenly sun-darkened, a hint of rubbing along bottom edge, otherwise VERY FINE, the binding lustrous and scarcely worn, and the text clean, fresh, and bright, with immense margins. This is a famous poet's most famous poem, beautifully printed and offered here in a very well-preserved, exuberantly decorated binding. First published in 1850, the present elegy is a tribute to Tennyson's college friend, Arthur Henry Hallam (1811-33), son of the famous historian Henry Hallam (1777-1859). Tennyson's first verses had been published before he was 20, but after Hallam's death, he published nothing for nine years, although all the while he was working on this poem, the product of protracted meditation. Written in rhyming quatrains, the poem moves from grief and doubt to certainty that the universe is purposeful. It was a sensational best-seller, striking a deep note of resonance with Victorian readers and the queen herself, who told the poet that "Next to the Bible, 'In Memoriam' is my comfort." Thomson says that the work "has been discussed from every point of view--proof of the profound influence it exercised over English thought for half a century." The work had major repercussions in Tennyson's professional and personal lives. It inspired Prince Albert, consort of Queen Victoria, to petition that its author be named Poet Laureate of the realm, to succeed the recently deceased Wordsworth. And it left Tennyson financially secure enough to enter the married life, a step that had been delayed for 10 years for pecuniary reasons. Our Large Paper Copy has margins occupying more than twice as much area as the text and is printed with Whittingham's usual excellence on thick, creamy paper. There is a hint of the Moorish in the intricately gilt binding, which sports the exhibition stamp that one invariably sees on especially fine work from the Zaehnsdorf workshop.

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        Exhibit of the Fisheries and Fish Culture of the United States of America, at the Internationale Fischerei-Ausstellung, held at Berlin. Washington, Government Printing Office

      1880 - First Edition. 8vo, xvi, 239pp, later green buckram. Library stamp on the title page. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A complete run (70 volumes) of the Annual Reports of the U.S. Geological Survey, from Volume 1 (1880) through Volume 26 (1905). [First editions].

      The Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 1880 - Washington, Government Printing Office, thick quartos, variously paged. ***CONTENT: These reports focus on all aspects of geology: mining, mineralogy, petrology, hydrology and water resources, topography and geomorphology, structural geology, earthquakes, volcanism, paleontology, glacial studies, areal geology, geologic history, etc., and also include studies of forest reserves and the timber industry. Reports on metallic and non-metallic mineral resources receive particular attention. These volumes each contain from 1-8 reports that vary in length from a few pages to more than 300 pages. As this set is fully complete, ALL THE COLLECTIBLE RARITIES ARE PRESENT: King's First Annual Report; Dutton's Grand Canyon studies; Marsh's Dinosaurs of North America; all the reports on Great Lakes iron and copper; California, Rocky Mountain, and Alaska gold fields and mining districts; the three "Atlases" of color forest distribution maps; and more. Reports of special significance in this set include those on the Comstock Lode, Nevada (Becker), Hawaiian volcanoes (Dutton), rocks of the Sierra Nevada (Turner), arid region hydrology (Powell, Newell), Appalachian structure (Willis), North American glaciers (Russell), fossil mammals and birds (Marsh), Iowa Pleistocene (McGee), Alaska geology (Spurr, Schrader, Brooks), Cambrian trilobites and faunas (Walcott), the Charleston (SC) earthquake (Dutton), artesian wells (Chamberlin), fossil mollusks (White), paleobotany and Laramie flora (Ward), mid-continent petroleum and natural gas (Orton, Phinney), and more. Mining districts receiving attention include: Comstock, Washoe, Leadville, Cripple Creek, Eureka, Grass Valley, Nevada City, Tintic, Telluride, Judith Mts., Penokee, Mesabi, Vermilion, Marquette, Ophir, Mercur, Silver Cliff, Custer County (CO), Rico Mts., Idaho Basin, Yukon, Klondike, plus coal, oil and gas districts, etc. Studies of specific regions include: east Texas, the Black Hills, San Francisco Peninsula, southern Oregon, eastern seacoast swamps and shorelines, Yellowstone, Martha's Vineyard and Cape Ann (Massachusetts), Chesapeake Bay, Connecticut Mesozoic, Mount Desert (Maine), the Rocky Mts. and Appalachians, the Taconic Range and Green Mts. (New York and Vermont), Maryland granites, Lassen Peak, Cascade Mts., Glacier Bay (AK), and more. These reports are splendidly illustrated by SEVERAL THOUSAND full-page plates, photos and maps, many folding and in color, as well as a plethora of text figures and small maps. Two volumes contain colored geologic maps of the U.S. that command significant prices at auction. ***CONDITION: All volumes are fully complete; they are typically in VG to FINE condition and uniformly bound in the original "Geological Survey" cloth bindings with a gilt vignette on the front covers and original gilt-lettered spines with crossed pick and hammer decoration. [The first AR is in original 3/4 leather and marbled boards.] The covers are clean and sound with only light wear to the extremities. Joints and hinges typically solid, bindings firm. The text pages and illustrations are near pristine: fresh, clean and bright. Some volumes show mild evidence of previous ownership on the endpapers. It has taken many years to assemble this handsome set - many volumes are very difficult to obtain in such good condition. Nickles 841-842, 1061-1062. BMNH 2176. International and domestic shipping will be extra, but only at my cost. If you live from Virginia to Maine, I might deliver personally in my van. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      London, Samson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, 1880.. FIRST EDITION 1880, 2 VOLUMES COMPLETE SET. 8vo, approximately 225 x 140 mm, 8¾ x 5½ inches, 69 plates some full page and some in the text, which includes portrait frontispiece of author, 4 colour plates of birds, pages: x, 1-424, x, 1-407 plus 32 pages of publisher's catalogue. FOLDING MAP MISSING AND FACSIMILE PROVIDED IN POCKET AT REAR, original publisher's pictorial cloth recased with original spine relaid on new matching cloth, new cloth visible at hinges, bindings rubbed and spines faded, uneven fading to covers, new brown coated endpapers, neat old ink name to top of blank side of portrait and half title, half-title missing from volume 1, pale foxing to half-title in volume 2, a little pale age-browning in places, but text and plates mostly clean, a sturdy working set. PLEASE NOTE: The illustration listed in the vol 1 for page 231 is at page 231 in volume 2 and that listed for 83 in vol 2 is at page 83 in vol 1. THIS IS A HEAVY SET AND WILL REQUIRE EXTRA POSTAGE. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Légendes et souvenirs [pages réunies par Mme Ferry-Schutzenberger sa veuve, pour être offertes en sa mémoire à ses parents et à ses amis].

      [Édition privée], s. d. (vers 1880). - in-8 (244 x 161 mm.), (4), 301, (7) pp., 22 planches hors-texte tirées sur japon dont : portrait photo d'Édouard Ferry en frontispice, 1 page autographe et 20 pl. hors-texte (dont une non-annoncée à la table des planches), soit 7 clichés de Victor Franck, photographe à Saint-Dié, et 13 dessins par Louis Schutzenberger, Charles Mewès, Mme Eugénie Ferry et Mme Marguerite Fauconnier, reliure d'époque en maroquin janséniste, large dentelle intérieure, gardes de soie écarlate, doubles-gardes, tête dorée ; édition originale, ex-libris contrecollé sur premier feuillet blanc, très bel exemplaire. Il s'agit très probablement d'une édition privée tirée à très peu d'exemplaires. Monographie de Retournemer, L'Âme des Plantes, Soupir de Nonne, Histoire d'Ours . Edouard Ferry était le cousin germain de Jules Ferry. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Album of the kings &​ queens of Victoria

      [Melbourne : compiled and published by H. Perkins & Co., The Gift Depot, c.1880]. Duodecimo, original cloth-backed faux tortoise-shell pattern papered boards with gilt stamped lettering and ornament, containing folding concertina of [12] panels with leporello reproductions of Kruger's photographic portraits of surviving leaders of Aboriginal tribes of Victoria, originally taken at various times between around 1866 and 1878; the rear paste-down with the original printed yellow sheet laid in, a short essay titled The Kings and​ Queens of Victoria : The Australian Aboriginal; in the very rare publisher's original paper slipcase (worn), a fine example of this rare and visually striking publication, with a particularly attractive variant binding; loosely enclosed is a small clipping from The Argus dated 27.1.02 regarding the presentation of a brass king plate to Anthony Anderson, referred to as 'last of the Birchip Aboriginals' and 'king of Birchip, Morton Plains, Donald and surrounding country'. Ferguson 5809 (locating a single copy in the Mitchell Library, incomplete, described by Ferguson as with only 8 portraits, it has, in fact 10 portraits of the 12, and a complete example is held within the Dixson Library at the State Library of New South Wales).

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        Flower Boat.

      ca. 1880. Original photograph, albumen print, 21,2 x 26,8 cm, on mount. Few small white points. KEYWORDS:china/photo

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        Phineas Barnum

      , n.d. n.d.. Card Signed in Chinese characters, 2” x 3.5”. A collector has lightly penciled vertically to the right of the signature “Chang the Chinese Giant.” Light soiling in perimeter area. Nick at far left edge. Fine condition.Variously referred to as Chang Woo Gow, Chang Yu Sing, or Zhan Shi Chai (pinyin transliteration), her toured the world as Chang the Chinese Giant. Approximately eight feet tall, he first began showing himself in London at the Egyptian Hall in Piccadilly in the 1860s, but was soon touring Europe. Well educated and reportedly speaking up to ten languages, in 1880, P.T. Barnum signed him to appear in New York. While in America he posed in a number of different costumes including mandarin robes, a French military uniform, the armor and the dress of a Mongolian warrior. An 1881 ad for Barnum’s Greatest Show on Earth proclaimed him “The Huge Celestial, Linguist, Scholar, Gentleman. / The Unquestioned Goliath of the Century. / ‘Chang, The Chinese Giant’ / Standing Nearly 9 Feet High in his Stocking Feet…” Chang died in 1893 at the age of 52.

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        Carta Geologica del versante settentrionale dell'Appennino compreso fra i fiumi Montone e Foglia

      Romagna 1880 - Carta geologica, in due fogli giuntati ed intelati, raffigurante parte del territorio romagnolo compreso tra i fiumi Montone e Foglia. La sua realizzazione, che durò quasi un ventennio, si deve al Comm. Giuseppe Scarabelli Gommi Flamini, il quale il 28 settembre del 1863 ricevette dal Consiglio Provinciale di Forlì l'incarico per la stesura di una carta geologica da utilizzarsi quale base per la stesura di una monografia economica, statistica ed amministrativa della provincia. Con lettera datata 20 aprile 1865 la Regia Prefettura di Forlì commissiona la realizzazione della stessa a Scarabelli e Giovanni Capellini. Nel maggio del 1868 quest'ultimo dovette rinunciare all'incarico per motivi famigliari. Venne sostituito nei lavori di rilievo da Cesare d'Ancona. AL 29 settembre 1868 il disegno era terminato e nel 1873 la carta era pronta per passare alla fase di incisione e finalmente nel 1878 la carta era pronta per essere data alla stampe. Sia durante i lavori di realizzazione della stessa che a lavori terminati la carta venne esposta in diverse occasioni ottenendo numerosi riconoscimenti: Esposizione agricola industriale di Bologna del 1869, Esposizione agraria industriale e di Belle Arti di Forlì del 1871, Esposizione geografica Internazionale di Parigi del 1875, Esposizione universale di Parigi del 1878. La carta fu rilevata in luogo alla scala di 1:50000 e qui ridotta alla scala di 1:100000. Alcuni segni del tempo, ma complessivamente buon esemplare di questo monumento cartografico. mm 777x1155

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      July 1880.. Here are 14 of the 20 original poems in the anthology entitled The Passionate Pilgrim (1599) plus one other not identified: "Lord, how mine eyes throw grazes to the east" No. XI. Manuscript in beautiful neat small calligraphy signed on final page J.R. Booker July 1880. 8vo, approximately 170 x 130 mm, 6¾ x 5 inches, (13) vellum pages including title page, calligraphy on one side only, title in red and black, poem numbers in red, initial letters to first lines decorated in red or blue, some with additional gilt, initials to remaining lines in red or blue. Bound in full 19th century calf decorated in blind, bevelled edges, title in gilt to upper cover, marbled endpapers, all edges red, tiny binder's ticket on front pastedown. Very slight wear to corners, no inscriptions, pages clean and bright. A very attractive item. The Passionate Pilgrim (1599) is an anthology of 20 poems collected and published by William Jaggard that were attributed to "W. Shakespeare" on the title page, only five of which are considered authentically Shakespearean. In this manuscript there are only three of the poems definitely attributed to Shakespeare, the authors of the rest and of No.XI are unknown. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio. 2 Volumes. Original First Edition

      London: Thos. De La Rue & Co., 1880 - First edition, first printing. Small octavo, 19.5*14cm, xxxii,432p,404p. Original binding in elaborately gilt-stamped red cloth, minor edge wear to outer covers, otherwise a fine set with clean pages. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        HISTORY OF THE DONNER PARTY. A Tragedy of the Sierra. Second edition - illustrated.

      A.L. Bancroft & Company, San Francisco 1880 - 261 pages of text. Original plum cloth binding is moderately sunned on the spine and rubbed and shelfworn; protected in archival mylar. Contains a frontis and 12 additional plates not present in the first edition. The text is lightly foxed. A few pages are a bit edgeworn. Howes M102. Rewritten, with portraits of the survivors. From page 187 of the text "Relief came not, and as starvation crept close to himself and those around him, Patrick Breen determined that it was his duty to employ the means of sustaining life which God seemed to have placed before them." Cannibalism. Second edition. Size: Octavo (8vo) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mixed at the Finish.

      New York: Currier & Ives, 1880.(). Hand-colored lithograph on a wove rag paper. 13.25 x 17.25 inches sheet size. Image is 9 x 14 inches. Well matted and in fine condition. Gale, 4526.

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        The Portfolio

      - London - Seeley, Jackson and Halladay 1880 - Two issues of this artistic periodical work. VolumeXI and XIV of this work. Blackie and Son bindings as indicated from label to rear pastedowns. Edited by English artist, art critic and author Philip Gilbert Hamerton. Hamerton established this art journal which was a monthly periodical. Each number of this work consisted of a monograph upon some artist or group of artists. The 1880 volume has sections on the National Gallery of Scotland, etchings andengravings by Rembrandt and Meyron, a section of art on Cambridge by J W Clark, among many other interesting sections. The 1883 volume has sections by W Chambers Lefroy, E J Poynter, Sidney Colvin, A H Church and more. Condition: In half moroccobindingswith cloth covered boards. Externally, generally smart. Patches of rubbing to the spines at the raised bands and to the head and tail. Further patches of rubbing to the extremities. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are generally bright. Occasional offsetting from plates. The odd spots to pages. Overall: VERY GOOD. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Café de la Nouvelle Athènes.

      Paris?, ca. 1880.(). Etching. 161 x 122 cm. Signed in the plate lower left. Laid paper with margins. Guérin, 3.

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        Opium Den underground, by Flash-light. The face of one smoker was caught in the flash, the others conceated themselves.

      - San Francisco, Taber Photo, ca. 1880-1890. Original photograph, albumen print, 19,1 x 24,1 cm, No 6. Copyrighted. Photograph no 5834. KEYWORDS:united states/california/chinatown/photo

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        Madrid. Vista general desde el Banco de España.

      - Madrid, 1880. Original photograph, albumen print, 25,1 x 34,3 cm. Few white/dark points at right upper corner. KEYWORDS:spain/madrid/photo

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        The Complete Works of Joshuah Sylvester: For the first time collected and edited: with memorial-introduction, notes and illustrations, glossarial index, etc. etc. portraits, and facsimiles, etc.

      Edinburgh University Press 1880 - lviii, 263; iv, 437 pp. 2 vols. . (Chertsey Worthies' Library.) Original red cloth. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      [Japan ca.1880's]. Color woodblock print, very clean, nice impression, minor rubbing, with Zeshin Signature, Tairyukyo seal in read, 24.9 cm., 24 cm. FIRST AND ONLY EDITION *** *** A FAMOUS PRINT, EXPRESSING NEW YEARS'S IN JAPAN "HAGOITA" The "Hagoita" [Battledore or 'paddle'] is use in Japan during the New Year celebration in a game of "Shuttlecock" where a tiny "birdie" with feathers is batted back and forth between friends. WHO WAS SHIBATA ZESHIN 1807-1891: Was a superb and talented Shin-hanga painter and woodblock print designer. While his production of prints was very small when compared to his contemporaries, his high-quality and stunning composition was beyond most other artists of his time. Ernest Fenollosa was fascinated with Zeshin, and said about him: "The Japanese genius lay in the line of art objects featuring decoration and design." Zeshin also did a great number of the most superb lacquer ware designs, may inspired or tested in his woodblock prints. he remains one of the highest masters of all time, respected as one of the all time ten best from Japan. His stature continues unquestioned, and admired by museums and collectors throughout the world. His "Zen" simple designs reflect his keen ability to express simplicity which is essentially Japanese. Bar none he stands out in the artistic world. ABOUT THE SEAL: Per Henderson [2nd.entry below] he cites the artist's seal is Tairyukyo, no.36 in the seal index of his 1976 catalog. REFERENCES: HENDERSON, Milne. :AN EXHIBITION OF PRINTS & PAINTINGS ON NETSUKE SUBJECTS BY ZESHIN & RELATED ARTISTS 28 JUNE-14 JULY [1980]. See #12 and photo. --. AN EXHIBITION OF PRINTS, PAINTINGS AND LACQUER BY SHIBATA ZESHIN 25 JUNE-9 JULY 1976. See seal #2, Tairyukyo seal #8.. O'BRIAN, Mary L. et al.: THE ART OF SHIBATA ZESHIN THE MR. AND MRS. JAMES E. O'BRIEN COLLECTION AT THE HONOLULU ACADEMY OF ARTS. JACKSON, STUART GALLERY.:WOODBLOCK PRINTS OF SHIBATA ZESHIN [1807-1891] see #6. Color scans of this & most other items are posted to our website. .

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        Quotation signed. Vienna, 18. IV. 1880.

      1880. 12mo. 1 p. "Chevalier J. F. Blondin, The Hero of Niagara". - During his lifetime, Blondin's name was so synonymous with tightrope walking that many employed the name "Blondin" to describe others in the profession.

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        Heidi's Lehr- und Wander-Jahre. Eine Geschichte für Kinder und auch für Solche, welche die Kinder lieb haben. Von der Verfasserin von "Ein Blatt auf Vrony's Grab". [Together with:] Heidi kann brauchen, was es gelernt hat.

      Gotha: Friedrich Andreas Perthes, 1880-81 - 2 volumes, octavo. Original red cloth decorated in black and lettered in gilt, marbled edges, white glossy endpapers, volume II with decorative endpapers, marbled edges. Housed in a custom red quarter morocco slipcase and red cloth chemise. Vol I: spine faded, recased with ?new endpapers, a couple of spots to contents; vol. II: contemporary ownership inscription in ink on title-page. A little colour restoration to head of spine, hinges partly cracked but holding. An excellent set. First editions of both parts in the original German. Throughout the 1870s Johanna Spyri (1827&#150;1901) published stories for adults and children based around her reminiscences of growing up in rural Switzerland. But huge success came with the publication of Heidi, the most important Swiss contribution to children's literature after the "Swiss Family Robinson" of J. R. Wyss. As usual with Christmas books, the first book was published in December 1879 but dated the following year. Spyri wrote the novel in just four weeks. It was first published anonymously in German, and quickly became an international best-seller and has been translated into 50 languages (English in 1885 by Charles Tritten who later published the continuations "Heidi Grows Up" and "Heidi's Children"), sold 50 million copies, and inspired a whole series of films. Volume I was issued without the author's name on the title page but "Von der Verfasserin von 'Ein Blatt auf Vrony's Grab'" ("From the author of."); volume II is titled "Heidi kann gebrauchen, was es gelernt hat" and was published as part V of "Geschichten für Kinder und auch für Solche, welche die Kinder lieb haben", this time under Spyri's name. Perhaps because of the fragile paper used, the first editions of the two parts of Heidi are scarce. Doderer III, 447; Hürlimann 310; Seebass II, 1930 ("rare", vol. 2 only); Wegehaupt III, 3633 (vol. 2 only); Weilenmann 3216 & 3233. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Dairy Farming Being the Theory, Practice, and Methods of Dairying

      London: Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co.(ca. 1880). I simply don't have any faults to tell about on this book; it is in fine, lovely, unworn condition with no handwriting in it, straight, clean and tight, with no soiling and no wear to binding or plates. Gorgeous fine binding with Art Nouveau-type binding with half red leather with 5 raised spine bands and gilt printing and decorations on spine, marbled boards, and all page edges gilt. 25 fascinating delicately and beautifully colored full page chromolithographic plates plus B&W text illustrations. Includes a double page color map: 'Dairy Farming in America - Copied from the 9th U.S. Census' measuring approximate ly 10-1/2" x 16" (in color, and fine condition). Presumed 1st edition (copyright page blank and undated but ca. early 1880s). 10-7/8" tall x 8-3/4" wide x 2" thick (quite heavy). Called for errata sheet bound in. 570 pages including Index, plus 4 pages (2 double-sided sheets) of ads. One plate is listed as being at page 551 and is actually bound in at 556. Laid in is a contemporary to the book newsletter printed on blue paper, 4 pages (large sheet folded once, printed both sides, entitled 'Land', which is an ad for 'A Journal for all interested in Landed and House Property', on the front page, an ad for 'The Livestock Journal and Fancier's Gazette' on the last page, and lists books published by this publisher on the middle two pages. It was not until the late 1800s that cattle breeds were developed specifically for dairy purposes. This book was an effort in the late 19th century to encourage local dairying by teaching the methods needed for raising dairy cattle and producing milk, butter and cheese, and doing so in a safe-for-consumption and standardized manner, instead of importing too much product. Also, in an effort to improve the quality of American dairy products and to make them more acceptable abroad, the Bureau of Animal Industry of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) established the Division of Agrostology and the Dairy Division in 1895, and used some of the information first made available in this book, including the effects of forage grasses on the flavor, odor, and quality of milk and milk products. The watercolor drawing on the left depicts different types of pasture grasses.; Color Illustrations; 10-7/8" x 8-3/4"; 570 incl. Index pages, 41, 44, 45, 46, 49, 60, F/NONE

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        Field Self Discharging Rake, Best in the World--Manufactured by Lane, Field & Co. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. --William H. Field, Agt. Port Chester, N. Y.

      New York: Hatch Lithographic Co. (Lithographer). Color lithograph advertising "the Field Self Discharging Rake" in very good condition; undated but was likely printed circa 1880. Lithograph measures 24" tall by 19" wide; illustrated with a man riding the Field Self Discharging Rake. In very good condition this lithograph has few 1" tears on all edges, not affecting content, most tears have been sealed with clear tape on verso, minor chipping on right edge, light toning around all edges, and moderate toning on verso. Attractive with strong, bright colors this lithograph provides a look into our agricultural history. Please call for images. .

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        12 Antique Prints-PUTTI-MONTHS-SEASONS-SNOWBALL-Lucien Francois Penet-c. 1880

      - Original antique print, titled: 'Janvier, Fevrier, Mars Decembre'. It shows: 12 engravings, forming a complete year. Each print shows three adorable putti with something specific for that month (May : eggs in a nest, September : fruit gathering, etc.) Rare. Complete set! Original etching on handlaid (verge) paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined. It was published by Quantin in c. 1880.Artists and Engravers: Lucien Francois Penet (1834-1901) was a French painter, engraver and etcher. Condition: Very good, given age. Top edge of the sheets browned, scattered minimal foxing.General age-related light toning and/or staining from handling. Please study scan carefully Storage location: Q1-112 TPC The overall size is ca. 8.9 x 12.2 inch. The image size is ca. 4.7 x 7.3 inch. The overall size is ca. 22.5 x 31 cm. The image size is ca. 12 x 18.5 cm.

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        Études sur le mécanisme du coeur : avec quatre figures intercalées dans le texte et cinq planches COPY SIGNED TO BOUCHARD

      Christiania : Imprimerie Malling 1880 - In-8 broché, 32 pages. Les deux éminents cardiologues norvégiens enseignaient à Christiana - Christian Peter Sandborg fut l'un des plus grands cardiologues de la deuxième moitié du XIX° siècle [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        A Book of Strife in the Form of The Diary of an Old Soul

      London: Mr. Hughes, 1880. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First Edition. 263pp. printed on rectos only. Recent leather backstrip with red cloth, spine lettered in gilt. (Shaberman 66.) Inscribed along top of title page to former owner "with kindest regards, [signed] George MacDonald." Very Good+ with names of months written in easily-erasable pencil on many pages, slight foxing to prelims. A series of inspirational poems, one for each day of the year, written by the Scottish author and minister best-known for his fantasy novels. Books signed by him are rare.

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        Chinese butcher and Grocery Shop, Chinatown, San Francisco.

      - San Francisco, Taber Photo, ca. 1880-1890. Original photograph, albumen print, 19 x 24 cm, photograph no 3111. Isaiah West Taber (1830-1912) KEYWORDS:united states/california/photo

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        Le Maréchal de Fabert (1599-1662) Etude historique d'après ses lettres et des pièces inédites [ Edition originale - Livre dédicacé par l'auteur, avec une longue L.A.S. de l'auteur ] 1ère Partie ; 1599-1652 ; 2e Partie : 1653-1662

      Etude historique d'après ses lettres et des pièces inédites tirée de la Bibliothèque et des Archives Nationales, des Archives des Affaires Etrangères, du Dépôt de la Guerre, etc. 2 vol. in-8 reliure demi-veau bleu, dos à 5 nerfs ornés, Librairie Académique Didier et Cie, Paris, 1880-1881, frontispice, XI-445 pp.; 438 pp. Remarquable exemplaire de l'édition originale, enrichi d'un bel envoi de l'auteur "A Monsieur l'abbé R...., hommage de très respectueux dévouement" et surtout d'une très intéressante lettre autographe de 4 pages, datée d'amiens le 17 février 1885, et signée par l'auteur Jules Bourelly, a été reliée en tête de l'ouvrage. Il sollicite de l'abbé (de Troyes) "un compte-rendu dans le Monde". "Fabert est un héros chrétien dans toute l'acception du mot. Je ne sais pourquoi quelques auteurs et encore récemment un critique en ont fait un protestant. Sa vie abonde cependant en témoignages de foi catholique. Dans un discours prononcé la veille de sa mort et adressé aux ministres protestants de Sedan pour les amener à rentrer dans le giron de l'Eglise romaine, il rappelle qu'il a été élevé, par une mère pieuse, dans cette religion et qu'il y mourra... Dans ce volume, j'étudie Fabert comme réformateur financier. C'est un des côtés négligés ou à peine entrevus jusqu'ici. Le soldat messin est, sous ce rapport, un précurseur de Vauban [ .... ] J'appelle votre attention sur [ les pages ] qui sont consacrées aux relations de Fabert avec Arnauld d'Andilly. En définitive, la monographie que je publie est une étude sur le 17e siècle. Fabert a été mêlé de fort près à tous les événements importants des 60 premières années. Il a été le Conseiller de Richelieu, le confident de Mazarin ; il a eu pour amis les personnages les plus connus ou les plus illustres du temps, y compris Vincent de Paul. [ etc...] Etat très satisfaisant (dos un peu frotté, bon exemplaire par ailleurs). Français

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        Les cinques parties du monde-Planisphère comprenant toutes les possessions coloniales chemins de fer lignes de navigation

      1880. Litografia a colori, cm 95x127, montata su tela coeva in 32 stacchi. Ottimo esemplare di questo grande mappamondo del periodo coloniale, molto noto per esser stato pubblicato per circa 100 anni con relativi aggiornamenti, non comune nelle vere edizioni di fine '800. Minime tracce del tempo e sporco superficiale.

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        Flowers from Our Yorkshire Garden

      1880-1886. Half Calf. Marbled Boards.. Near Fine. 8vo. 237 by 185 mm. 134 leaves of watercolored botanical illustrations, each with the flower's name and dated. The paintings are of finely done, we assume, by an amateur hand, with excellent detailing, nuanced shading, refined and accurate color. Paintings all on the rectos. The work is anonymous, alas. In a modern half calf binding.

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        Laquer-album with 50 original photographs.

      - Yokohama, ca. 1880. Original photogaphs, albumen prints, handcoloured, ca. 19,5 x 24,5 cm. Dark red laquer album, treeblossem ornamental illustrated, with three different coloured illustrations on frontcover, halfcalf gilt ornamental illustrated., gilt edges, endpapers gilt ornamental decorations. In splendid condition. In original coloured cloth decorated box, inside with red cloth filled lining. Very fresh and coloured pictures on Yokohama, Tokyo, Takinogawah, Enoshima, Kamakura, and others. KEYWORDS:japan/photo

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        TASMANIAN FRIENDS & FOES, FEATHERED, FURRED AND FINNED. A Family Chronicle of Country Life, Natural History and Veritable Adventure. With Coloured Plates, from Drawings by the Author, and other illustrations.

      Hobart Town, J.Walch. 1880 - Sm.4to. Original pictorial cloth showing a scene of an emu and kangaroo against a background of trees. The title and author name in gilt. 259pp. a.e.g. Eight coloured plates from drawings by the author, and other illustrations. The volume has been recased and there is a name at the head of the title and sub-title pages, else it is a very good copy. 1st ed. Scarce. F.12514. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Im Atelier" originales Ölgemälde auf Leinwand ca.29x23,5cm; links unten signiert "P.Oyens" um 1880 [Das Gemälde wurde fachmännisch doubliert, d.h. erneut auf Leinwand aufgezogen.]

      - "In the studio" original oil painting on canvas approx.29x23,5cm; bottom left signed "P.Oyens" about 1880 [The canvas was expertly doubled, i.e. the original painting was flattened onto a new canvas layer.] [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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      Quantin 1880 - Paris, Quantin, 1880 3 volumes in-8 (20,6cm x 13,8cm) de XXpp, (2ff), 390pp; 371pp & 443pp. Tirage à 100 exemplaires numérotés dont 50 sur Whatman et 50 Chine. Illustré de 21 eaux-fortes (soit 7 par volume) de Ad. Lalauze. Demi-maroquin à coins; dos à 5 nerfs sous-lignés de pointillés dorés; titre, tomaison et date frappés or; caissons ornés d'un fer et encadrement dorés; tête dorée. Couverture sans dos conservée. (Reliure d'époque) Un des 50 exemplaires numérotés sur Chine, celui-ci N°62. Comportant les eaux-fortes en 2 états: Le premier sur Chine avant la lettre, le second sur Papier Vergé à l'état définitif. Très bel exemplaire, reliure en très bel état, coiffes inférieures et coins à peine frottés; intérieur frais. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Theologisch-Praktische Quartal-Schrift (ThPQ) - (KONVOLUT aus 40 Bänden) - Jg.33 (1880) - 63. (1910); 67. (1914); 70. (1917) - 91. (1938)

      Haslinger; 1880 ff. - Die ThPQ möchte ein Bindeglied zwischen theologischer Wissenschaft und kirchlicher Praxis in Seelsorge und Religionsunterricht sein. Aus verschiedenen Perspektiven werden deshalb in jedem Heft aktuelle Fragen der Theologie und der Kirche von kompetenten Autorinnen und Autoren behandelt. Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer aufgelösten Klosterbibliothek und befinden sich in einem ordentlich erhaltenen Zustand; Schnitt und Einband sind staubschmutzig; Papier altersbedingt leicht nachgedunkelt; der Zustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut; KOMPLETTPREIS; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; teilweise Halblederbände; ALTSCHRIFT! Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 50000 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Heidelberga. Prächtige Ansicht von Heidelberg über den Neckar. Facsimile-Reproduktion des Kupferstichs von Frederik de Wit durch die Reichsdruckerei Berlin um 1880

      Berlin: Reichsdruckerei um 1880 - Faksimile-Reprint auf großem Büttenblatt in der Größe des Originals mit fein abgesetztem Plattenrand, Plattengröße 34 x 49 cm, Blattgröße 48 x 61 cm, rechts unten in der Platte signiert "F. de Wit Excudit Amstelodami", rückseitig blauer Rundstempel "Facsimile-Reproduction der Reichsdruckerei Berlin", Papier leicht gegilbt und im breiten Rand etwas lichtrandig, geglättete Mittelfalz, im Himmel über dem Geißberg ein kleiner blasser Braunpunkt, im unteren Rand der bildlichen Darstellung zwei kleine Löcklein, rückseitig mit Papier der Zeit fachgerecht hinterklebt, ansonsten gut erhalten, sehr selten und für uns anderenorts antiquarisch nicht nachweisbar, auch als Faksimile-Reprint sehr selten Die in brillanter Druckqualität auf handgeschöpftem Bütten zwischen 1879 und 1921 entstandenen Facsimiles der Reichsdruckerei mussten, um eine Verwechselung mit den Originalen zu vermeiden, mit einem Stempel "Facsimile Reproduction der Reichsdruckerei" versehen werden. 2100 gr. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Biographical Sketch of the Life of William B. Ide: With A Minute and Interesting Account of One of the Largest Emigrating Companies, (3000 Miles Over Land), From the East to the Pacific Coast. And What is Claimed as the Most Authentic and Reliable Account of "The Virtual Conquest of California, in June, 1846, by the Bear Flag Party," as Given by its Leader, The Late Hon. William Brown Ide.

      Claremont, New Hampshire Published for the Subscribers 1880 - First Edition and a Rare Variant with Original Wrappers Bound In [IDE, Simeon]. [Scraps of Califonia History. Never Before Published]. A Biographical Sketch of the Life of William B. Ide: With A Minute and Interesting Account of One of the Largest Emigrating Companies, (3000 Miles Over Land), From the East to the Pacific Coast. And What is Claimed as the Most Authentic and Reliable Account of "The Virtual Conquest of California, in June, 1846, by the Bear Flag Party," as Given by its Leader, The Late Hon. William Brown Ide. [Claremont, New Hampshire]: Published for the Subscribers, [1880]. First edition, and an interesting variant as noted by Streeter 2992 with the original printed wrappers, and ten additional preliminary pages of text. Sixteenmo (6 7/16 x 4 1/4 inches; 164 x 110 mm). [8],[2], [2, half-title: Scraps of California History Never Before Published, verso blank], [1]- 239, [1, "The Inscription"] pp. Inscribed to the New Hampshire Historical society by the nephew of William B. Ide, dated 1904 on the half-title. No other copy of this variant with the wrappers and additional text has sold at auction aside from present copy and the Larson copy of 1995, since 1962. This copy, gifted to the New Hampshire historical society (the state of publication), is bound with the original printed wrappers for "Scraps of California" still intact and bound in along with the text. Additionally it has the preliminary leaves of Ide's follow-up work entitled Who Conquered California? Back cover has at top a caption reading: "More Testimony in Favor of the Efficiency of the &#145;Bear Flag Party&#146; in Bringing about the Conquest of California," followed by reference to and quotations from Tinkham&#146;s History of Stockton, 1880. The preliminary 10 pages in this variant has favorable reviews and a criticism of the Upham Life of Fremont and of T. W. Higginson&#146;s account of the events in California of 1846. All of this is the exact same as the Streeter 2992 copy. It is believed that this variant was was assembled with the various extra parts in addition to the first edition of the text for presentation. Bound in full speckled, polished calf. Boards double-ruled in gilt. Spine stamped in in gilt. Red morocco spine label, lettered in gilt. Boards edges tooled in gilt. Newer endpapers. Wrappers with some minor discoloration. Some very slight dampstains on bottom edge of first few pages. N.H. Historical Society stamp, blindstamped almost invisibly on first leaf. Overall an about fine copy. "William Ide was the leader of the Bear Flag movement at Sonoma, and has often been referred to as the "President" of California. He was a man of high ideals and integrity. This little book is source material, and the only volume published thus far that deals exclusively with this incident of California history. Ide died in California in 1852. The book was set in type by hand by Simeon Ide, William's brother, when he was 86 years old. The edition was small and copies are now extremely rare. J. G. L. [J. Gregg Layne, historian and editor of the Quarterly of the Historical Society of Southern California.]" (Zamorano Eighty, 45.) This self-published volume was printed on a small press by the 86 year-old Simeon Ide in apparently very limited numbers. Mintz lists that only 80 copies were printed. Graff 2059. Howes I4. Streeter 2967, 2992, 2993. Zamorano Eighty 45. HBS 67843. $4,500 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Mexico Pintoresco Artistico y Monumental. Vistas, descripcion, anecdotas y episodios de los lugares mas notables de la capital y de los estados, aun de las poblaciones cortas, pero de importancia geografica o historica ... las descripciones contienen datos cientificos historicos y estadisticos...

      Mexico City: Imprenta de la Reforma, 1880 / 82. First edition. Mexico City: Imprenta de la Reforma, 1880 / 82/ 83. First edition. Three volumes, large quartos, pp xxxv, 515, 78, and with 67 plates; frontis., vi, 534, 7, and 70 plates; 576 (of 633), with 56 plates (of 68). Total number of plates is 193, all full-page, hors-du-texte. The first two volumes deal with Mexico City and its environs; vol. 3 deals with the rest of the country. The lithograph plates in these volumes are of very high quality, on especially thin paper used to enhance the imprint, showing everything of interest in the city at the time, along with descriptive and historical text by the author. The plates as well as the text are of great value in documenting the architectural scene in Mexico, esp. the capitol. (Even included are views of the new streetcar system that had been recently installed.) The lithographs were done by L. Garces and executed by the firm of Murguia. Mathes in his book on Mexican lithography, Mexico on Stone, pp. 41-44, calls the set: "The most important album of Mexican views of the century". Reprinted in the 1970's in a deluxe and very limited edition, the original set is extremely scarce on the market -- no complete sets have apparently ever come up at auction; OCLC notes only 6 library holdings, but with no indication of the completeness of the volumes. (Palau 270223/4) Volumes 1 and 2 are bound in red cloth over marbled boards, vol. 3 in red cloth alone. Aside from the defect noted in vol. iii, very good copies.

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      - MOVEABLE. SPEAKING PUZZLE BOX. No pub. information, circa 1880. This is a Victorian cube puzzle in the original box - but this puzzle is different. Each of the 6 cubes makes a different sound when a string is pulled. The box is very large, measuring 16 1/2" wide x 11 3/4 " deep and 6 " high - in fine condition with metal clasps. The box is covered with printed chromolithographed paper and the top of the box features a brightly colored rooster and other chickens on the farm. Inside the box are six large cubes - each is 5" on a side. Like other cube puzzles of the era, the child can make 6 different scenes. Unlike any other puzzle, EACH OF THE CUBES MAKES A DIFFERENT SOUND when the string on each of the cubes is pulled (one string is missing) Laid-in are the six original large chromolithogrphed scenes that the child uses as guide to assmble the puzzles (the plate on the cover is the sixth scene). This is a glorious puzzle, extraordinarily rare.

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        Antique Print-COLLARED ARACARI-BIRD-TROPICAL-JUNGLE-Richter-Gould-c. 1880

      - Title: 'Pteroglossus torquatus, Wagl.' (Collared Aracari.) This original print shows: two aracaris in a jungle background. Handcoloured lithograph on wove paper. Engraved by Richter after Gould. Henry Constantine Richter (1821-1902) was a zoological illustrator who produced many lithographs of birds and mammals, and was mainly employed by Gould. John Gould (1804-1881) was a British ornithologist and bird artist. Condition: Good given age. Ghosting from previous framing around the image. Left edge uneven from binding. A faint stain in the top right corner of the image. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. The overall size is ca. 14.4 x 21.3 inch. The image size is ca. 13.8 x 20.5 inch. The overall size is ca. 36.5 x 54 cm. The image size is ca. 35 x 52 cm.

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        Spruner-Menke Hand-Atlas für die Geschichte des Mittelalters und der neueren Zeit,

      Gotha, Justus Perthes, 1880 - 90 colorirte Karten in Kupferstich mit 376 Nebenkarten, 42 Seiten, Gutes Exemplar. Hier die querformatige Ausgabe im Großformat 47x39 cm! In diesem Format besonders selten! KOMPLETT! Sprache: Deutsch 47x39 (quer), braunes O Ln mit sauber restauriertem Rücken. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Dame mit Paradiesvogel-Hut farbiger Original-Linolschnitt auf Bütten

      ca 40 x 55 cm, in schönem schlichten Holzrahmen hinter Glas (64 x 78 cm) SEHR SCHÖNES, HOCHDEKORATIVES HANDSIGNIERTES UND MONOGRAMMIERTES BLATT in schönstem Jugendstil von dem 1880 in München geborenen Künstler, der sich zwischen 1900 und 1910 in Frankreich aufhielt und sich intensiv mit dem traditionellen japanischen Holzschnitt beschäftigte

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